Blunden Harbour Anchorage
Blunden Harbour. Blunden Harbour is a lovely, well-protected bay, with excellent holding ground. As you approach the entrance it is important to identify Siwiti Rock and leave it to starboard. Study the 1:15,000 Blunden Harbour inset on Chart 3538 or your Chartplotter. Not the several rocks along both sides of the passage into Blunden Harbour. These rocks make a somewhat serpentine route necessary as you go in.
Anchor anywhere in the large basin, or between Moore Rock and Byrnes Island. We feel that Moore Rock is closer to Byrnes Island than the chart suggests. An abandoned Indian Village is on the north shore, and the beach is littered with relics. A large “no trespassing” sign warns against exploring the uplands, however.
You can explore Bradley Lagoon in the northeast corner of Blunden Harbour. Those who have say it’s interesting. Take the dinghy through the rapids at high water slack.
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